Iyabo Ojo calls out the government over hike in cost of living

Written by on February 20, 2024

Iyabo Ojo, known for her outspoken nature, consistently addresses societal issues. Recently, the Yoruba actress took to Instagram to discuss Nigeria’s high cost of living. In a tweet, she expressed concern over the daily struggles people face, noting that most of the messages she receives are distressing. It’s not surprising that people confide in her, considering her habit of generously supporting fans financially through online giveaways.

Iyabo Ojo calls out the government over the current economic situation of the country.

In her caption, Iyabo Ojo wrote, “ The nation bleeds already I pray this present government will get up from the comfort of their riches and high horses, roll their sleeves and do right on time, hope is no longer hoping, tolerance is no longer tolerating, and patience is no longer patient, there is serious hunger & anger in the land. …. Emi l’okan, o ti kan a ra llu ba yii o”

Iyabo Ojo’s post conveyed a poignant plea for assistance and a resounding call to action directed at the government. It was a heartfelt message, urging authorities to address the pressing issues plaguing the nation.

She emphasized the urgency of the situation, highlighting the need for immediate action and meaningful reforms. By sharing her concerns openly, Iyabo Ojo sought to rally support and raise awareness about the critical need for change.

In recent times, there has been a noticeable surge in the number of celebrities speaking out against the hardships faced by Nigerians. Iyabo Ojo’s voice joins a growing chorus of individuals using their platforms to advocate for positive change.

Despite their status and influence, these celebrities have not been immune to the challenges gripping the country. Through their public statements and actions, they have demonstrated solidarity with the masses and a commitment to driving social and economic progress.

The pervasive inflationary pressures have cast a shadow over every stratum of society, sparing none from its impact. Even those who are considered affluent and comfortable have felt the pinch of rising prices and dwindling purchasing power.

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